Hi! We're Rachel + Kyle Wright, Founders of Wright Wellness Center.

We equip people with the tools they need (and that our society doesn’t teach us!) to have fulfilling and healthy relationships and lives. We’re rescuing relationships and restoring intimacy by bridging the gap between a self-help book and a therapist’s couch through our coaching, programs, podcast, community and free resources.

Hi! We're Rachel + Kyle Wright, Founders of Wright Wellness Center.

We equip people with the tools they need (and that our society doesn’t teach us!) to have fulfilling and healthy relationships and lives. We’re rescuing relationships and restoring intimacy by bridging the gap between a self-help book and a therapist’s couch through our coaching, programs, podcast, community and free resources.

Our Story
Believe it or not, the vision for Wright Wellness Center actually began before Rachel was even a licensed therapist.

See, we both have the belief that education is important and our healthcare system is challenging.

Let us explain…

In high school (and college), we’re required to take many classes that have nothing to do with our major, or area of study. Many of you probably sat through a class that was exactly the opposite of what you enjoyed learning about? *cough, chemistry, cough*

Do you know what wasn’t one of those required classes?

How to talk to your partner. How to talk to your kids about sex. How to cope with the many transitions that we go through in life. How to ask for what we need. What a healthy sex life is.

Society expects us to create and sustain long-term relationships and yet, no one teaches us how to do that.

In fact, it’s our thought that we take better care of our cars than we do our relationships.

Think about it.

When was your last oil change?

When did you last take a class on communication or sex, or go to couples therapy?

We’ve found (through the years of Rachel being in private practice in San Francisco) that when someone comes to therapy, they are seeking a change or want to learn how to do something.

Example: “I want to connect with my partner more. I don’t feel like she loves me.”

Example: “I’m feeling anxious. I don’t want to feel this way.”

Example: “We’re not having sex. What’s wrong with us?”

No matter what the specific topic is, the intention is to improve, grow, cope more effectively, or enjoy an aspect of their life again.

Slowly but surely, we discovered….

Not everyone needs therapy.

Gasp! I know, I know. It’s shocking, especially coming from a psychotherapist!

But it’s true.

Psychotherapy, by definition, is the use of psychological methods during regular personal interactions (aka through regular sessions with a therapist) to help someone change something. Its goal is to improve a person’s well-being and mental health.

But, when there are no mental health issues at play, sometimes merely receiving and utilizing the information and tools, along with some streamlined coaching, might be all that a client or couple needs to achieve their “better.”

Ding!

And that’s how the Wright Wellness Center was born – with a deep desire to bridge the gap between a self-help book and a therapist’s couch and a wholehearted commitment to help you create “better” for yourself and your partner. In addition, we want to provide you with resources for all aspects of wellness; With guest blogs and podcast guests from all areas of health.

We are a place to start, or perhaps all you need.™

 

P.S.
You’re probably thinking, “But, guys, some people need therapy.”

You would absolutely be right. The therapeutic coaching, programs, courses, blogs, and other free & paid resources here at the Wright Wellness Center are not a replacement for therapy.

However, they all written by both of us, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and her wicked smart husband, which may help you determine if therapy is appropriate. If they don’t, we can help you with that as well. We love connecting people to therapists in their local areas. #shoplocal

About Us

We’re Rachel and Kyle Wright, the team behind all of the programs, groups, podcast episodes, blogs, and other resources that you’ll find here at Wright Wellness Center! A few fun facts about us: Kyle loves to cook and Rachel loves to eat, so it’s a match made in culinary heaven. We relocated to New York from Denver, CO in 2018 and are loving life in the big apple!
And that means we can get our Corgi soon! (We’re huge dog people..)

Through applying the very same techniques and tools that we teach here at WWC, we have a wonderful, healthy, communicative, and passionate relationship. We want that for you, too!

Here’s more about each of us…

Rachel Wright, MA, LMFT

Psychotherapist and Therapeutic Relationship Coach, Rachel Wright is recognized as one of the freshest voices on modern and millennial relationships. She is the co-founder of Wright Wellness Center where, together with her husband and team, she is on a mission to help people have better sex, relationships, and mental health, through a growing catalog of masterclasses, online programs, resources, and a supportive online community. She’s been referred to as someone “bridging the gap between a self-help book and a therapist’s couch.” Rachel is also a sex educator, speaker, and writer, and the co-host of the popular WWC Podcast, that hosts a weekly discussion about the things that matter in life and aren’t talked about enough. She has been featured widely in the media, including Women’s Health, PsychologyToday, MindBodyGreen, Bustle, and dozens of other outlets.
Learn more at wrightwellnesscenter.com or by following @thewright_rachel and @wrightwellnesscenter on Instagram.

Kyle Wright

Kyle Wright’s calling is to change the way we view masculinity and how we talk and teach about mental health, relationships, and sex.

He has spent a long time listening to others and doing his best to help them navigate whatever issues they may be struggling with. After slinging cocktails for nearly a decade and helping teach and train new employees – Kyle was feeling burnt out and striving for something larger to pour his passion into. He and Rachel joined forces in more than just their relationship in 2016 and took the leap to start Wright Wellness Center to help people on a larger scale.

He coaches men 1:1 to help them navigate their Modern Masculinity™, works with couples enrolled in Revive Your Relationship™, and teaches monthly masterclasses on topics related to mental health, relationships, and sex education. Kyle has been featured in The Dad Podcast, Sexy Food Therapy TV, and by Dovetail Summits.

When he isn’t hard at work with WWC, you can find Kyle whipping up something delicious in the kitchen, rocking some video games, or doing something outdoorsy.

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